|by PAN MILL|
|3 Days in Montreal|
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Are you visiting Montreal for just 3 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.
Take a morning flight to Montreal International Airport (YUL)
8pm – Have Dinner @
Le Local [French tradition and New World pizzazz]
Address: 740 Rue William
Have “Québec duck confit” and “hazelnut-crusted salmon”.
11pm - Prohibition Jazz
Upstairs Jazz Bar
Address: 1254 Mackay Street
During Prohibition in the United States, Montreal was a hotbed of jazz; nearly a century on, it still is!
8:30am – Have Breakfast @
Olive + Gourmando
Address: 351 Rue Saint Paul West
Have “spicy poached eggs with cheese” and “roasted tomatoes”.
See Place d’Armes
Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours (18th-century)
Address: 400 Saint Paul Street East
Climb 69 steps to the top of the tower for views over the city, the St Lawrence River and the Grand Prix motor racing circuit on Notre-Dame Island.
Walk along the old Port to the Place Royale.
Indulge in cakes at
Maison Christian Faure
(Faure has been rated “world’s best pastry chef”).
Across the square, dig into Montreal’s history at the
Pointe-à-Callière Museum (The basement is actually a 17th-century archaeological site)
Address: 350 Place Royale;
Walk north to Christ Church Cathedral.
Underneath is the Promenades Cathedrale, part of Montreal’s 20-mile-long Underground City, with its shops and restaurants.
Have a snack at Second Cup, a chain that is a Canadian institution. You are 55 feet beneath the Anglican cathedral that was propped up with stilts 25 years ago during the excavations for this shopping mall. Not only did services carry on as usual, the building only moved 3/16 inch.
Improve your appreciation of Canadian artists, from the Group of Seven to Quebec painter Jean-Paul Riopelle at the:
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Address: 1380 Sherbrooke Street West
Spend the late afternoon shopping à la Montreal. Both professional and amateur chefs forage at the Marché Jean-Talon (open daily; metro Jean-Talon), a market piled high with local produce and gourmet treats.
See Rue Saint-Denis shopping street
8pm - Have Dinner @
Au Cinquième Péché
Address: 4475 Rue Saint-Denis
Have the five-course tasting menu
Address: 1425 Rue Jeanne-Mance [the Quartier des Spectacles (Entertainment District)]
Address: 160 Chemin Tour-de-l'Isle,Île Sainte-Hélène, Parc Jean-Drapeau,Montreal,QC,H3C 4G8, H3C 4G8, Canada [the former pavilion of the United States for the 1967 World Fair Expo 67]
Hours: Open today · 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone: +1 514-283-5000
1976 Olympic Park, Montreal
Take the glass funicular to the top of the Olympic Park Tower
At 165 metres, the Olympic Park Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world! Its 45-degree angle is awe-inspiring, especially when you consider that the Leaning Tower of Pisa’s tilt is only 5 degrees! From its summit, visitors can admire the entire Greater Montreal region and up to 80 kilometres of the St. Lawrence River valley. A breath-taking panorama, it has been awarded a three-star rating—the highest available—by the renowned Michelin Guide!
A common question from visitors is how can a structure with an incline as dramatic as the Montreal Tower stand? The answer to this riddle lies in mass ratio: the top of the tower has a mass of 8,000 tonnes which is permanently attached to the infrastructure and the solid concrete base buried ten metres below ground level. This base has a mass of 145,000 tonnes, or the equivalent of three aircraft carriers!
Visitors can reach the top of the Montreal Tower on a mesmerizing climb in a glass-encased funicular that holds up to 76 passengers.
The funicular is the only one in the world that operates on a curved structure. It has a hydraulic system that allows the cabin to remain horizontal during the two-minute ride to the top. ~C$22.50pp
Address: 4141 Avenue Pierre-de Coubertin, Montréal, QC H1V 3N7, Canada
Hours: Open today · 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Biodome [The former Olympic Velodrome - indoor displays of natural history and wildlife, from beaver and lynx stalking through the maple trees to monkeys and birds frolicking in the tropical rainforest.
If time permits also see nearby:
The Botanical Garden
Take a night flight out of Montreal International Airport (YUL)
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